Tiger Woods Career Over

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Saturday, 28 November 2009


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Much speculation is out over whether Tiger Wood's injuries are large or small but he was knocked out cold until his wife freed him from his auto accident by bashing out the glass with, of all things, a golf club.

Wonder which one she used?

There's also all the reports of his marriage problems, true or false, in all the tabloids.

What most sports enthusiasts are concerned with is this: Is Tiger Woods as we have known him, gone forever?

Maybe the injuries are serious and being covered up or maybe they're minor, but crashing a car hard enough to knock you out is a pretty serious thing.

What people seem to forget is that Tiger Woods just had a very serious knee operation that could have ended his career.

Whether you like Woods or not, he has brought to golf the attention that Mohammed Ali brought to a "who cares?" boxing sport.

This writer would be happy to able to play golf like Tiger Woods on two crutches. After all I could use a golf cart.

And wouldn't it be fun to sucker some large bets from the doctors and the lawyers in the clubhouse everywhere, instead of them robbing me?

Let's hope Tiger is OK and his old self. But an impact like this could easily ruin the knee surgery work either now or six months "down the road".

Somehow, I'm still thinking about winning money from those lawyers and doctors. Think I'll stop and daydream awhile.

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